Logan Square Architecture Tour by Brick of Chicago
Logan Square sits at the north end of Chicago’s vast and beautiful boulevard system, a system developed in the late 1800s to dramatically increase Chicago’s green space. A neighborhood initially populated by Danes and Norwegians, Logan Square is filled with some of the most eclectic buildings and details in Chicago. On this tour, we explore the facet of Logan Square’s history and architecture – handcrafted greystones, 19th century churches, opulent 1920s storefronts, and more.
About Brick of Chicago Tours: Chicago is a city built out of brick, of course, along with stone, wood, glass, and steel.
But Chicago is also built of so much more: It is built of history, people, stories, policy, and fashions, marvels of engineering and forces of nature.
On a Brick of Chicago neighborhood walking tour, you’ll learn how all of these elements come together to make Chicago one of the most interesting and dynamic cities in the world. Afterwards, you’ll never look at the built world (or the humble brick) the same way again!
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